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  • 1. Writing a Recount Success Criteria By Debbie Jones
  • 2. Write in the first person by using words like: I, me, we, you, she, her, he, him, them etc.
  • 3. Write mainly in the past tense
  • 4. Write a clear introduction for the reader
  • 5. Write things in the order in which they happened
  • 6. Use connecting words and phrases to help the reader e.g. A few minutes later, meanwhile, afterwards
  • 7. Use amazing adjectives to help create a picture in the reader’s head
  • 8. Use powerful verbs to describe the action in the story
  • 9. Describe the feelings of the person telling the story at different points.
  • 10. Pupil assessment Writing a recount Teacher assessment I have written in the first person by using words like I, me, we, you, she, her, he, him, them etc. I have written mainly in the past tense I have written an introduction for the reader The story is written in the order that things happened I have used connecting words and phrases to help the reader e.g. A few minutes later, meanwhile, afterwards I have used amazing adjectives to help create a picture in the reader’s head I have used powerful verbs to describe the action in the story I described the feelings of the person telling the story at different points. I read my story to a partner who helped me to check this ladder